Category Archives: Free speech

The March Towards Degendering Society

Just one year after redefining marriage, Colombia's first three-man marriage has been legally recognized and the “Slippery Slope” theory is now officially fact. One of the three men, actor Victor Hugo Prada said: “This establishes us as a family, a polyamorous family.” It confirms what we have known all along: Once you strip a...
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Bolt on the printer’s ban of Dr van Gend’s book

  Don't worry: the national book launch of STEALING FROM A CHILD: THE INJUSTICE OF 'MARRIAGE EQUALITY' will proceed and the books will be supplied by a company that wants to print books, not dictate what Australian adults can and can't read or discuss. Details re national book launch here. Purchase the...
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It’s a War for our Civilisation

THE HON MARK LATHAM: "It's a war for our Civilization." He's speaking of the insane world of 'gender theory', which is embodied in the radical sex-education programmes being rolled out in our schools. And which (as we keep reminiding people) will be cemented into law and culture if we ever institute 'genderless marriage'. The creators of...
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Big Business Should Butt Out of Marriage Debate

After a rough start to the year, with major outages effecting thousands of bigbusinessunhappy customers, is it any wonder that Telstra decided their time is better spent focussing on their core service, rather than a campaign bent on coercing Australians to believe a lie about marriage? Sadly, Telstra have since...
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Land of the free? Not any more! Genderless Marriage has put a stop to that.

It didn't take long - We're already seeing the fallout of Genderless Marriage in the USA and the blatant attacks from leftists on the very freedoms that Americans have held dear... until now. Marquette University (a Catholic institution) has moved to suspend and then fire Professor John McAdams for backing a student who tried to defend man-woman...
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The Oz defends our side’s right to be heard

The AusOur national newspaper, The Australian, has made three admirable interventions this week on behalf of the great liberties of a civil society: freedom of conscience / religion, and freedom of speech. On the weekend, one of the country's most respected journalists, Paul Kelly, warned that "the...
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